‘Hushed Tonalties' feature in this workplace design at CANOPY Jackson Square shared space in San Francisco designed by Yves Behar and Amir Mortazavi (2017). 'Hushed Tonalties' is an essentially monotone colour strategy where tonal values are pegged to a similar level. The lack of strong contrasts imbues a space with a sense of calmness that particularly suits Introverts in the workplace, who tend to focus better with less environmental stimuli. Illustration by Zena O’Connor, PhD @zena_oconnor using an image from Design Milk #HushedTonalities#Monotonecolor - 12 minutes ago
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